We are all students in the mobile space, this market is growing so rapidly that all of us are learning and none of us has all the answers
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) September 21, 2011
Appsgeyser, the platform that has helped thousands get into the high-growth Android space, has successfully graduated its first batch of app developers from its new education and training program. The program has been very successful and will be instituted from now on as AppsGeyser University.
“We are all students in the mobile space, this market is growing so rapidly that all of us are learning and none of us has all the answers,” said Vasily Salomatov, co-founder of AppsGeyser, during a conference call-style commencement address to the first graduating class. More than 100 apps were part of this first class, and they experienced on average a 350% improvement in downloads and usage after applying the tools, tips and advice provided.
AppsGeyser University is the sum of the AppsGeyser platform, the AppsGeyser Blog, and the App developer community. App creators can apply for the program immediately after successfully creating an App on the platform, and can begin to access several of the improvement and monetization tools available.
Once a person or company has an idea for their app, they can visit appsgeyser.com and follow the simple 2-step process to create their app. After the app is created, AppsGeyser guides them through the steps to publish into the Android Market. Through iteration and a use of the AppsGeyser University an app can be improved for better downloads and usage, and most importantly, can begin to make money. You can view a 2 minute video here: http://player.vimeo.com/video/18078437
AppsGeyser is the fastest-growing DIY app generator for Android. Since its launch in February 2011 it has seen more than 55,000 apps created on its platform. There have been more than 7 million downloads of its apps, which also handle an average of 1.1 million daily active users. AppsGeyser’s ad-supported model also makes it one of the fastest growing independent mobile advertising networks.